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Access vs. Acquisition

We advocate for a moneyless system driven by the scientific method, and implemented through technology such as quantum computing and artificial intelligence. For a more comprehensive understanding of said technological methods, surf this site for relative articles and/or blogs.

A money-system is paralyzing as it does not promote growth through change and development. For instance, we have been dealing with the same social issues for centuries–systemic social problems such as poverty, war, gross crime, addiction and more. Money systems have done nothing to evolve us out of these misfortunes. To know how it is possible to create an environment that would develop our global society out of the systemic issues that affect us all, continue on to Sustainable City Systems located in this slider.

Our current economic paradigm creates established institutions that for survival purposes are forced to perpetuate themselves, restricting competitors however possible from taking away from their market share.  Seeing as corporations must compete with one another, it is counter intuitive for profits to produce durable, lasting products. This can be termed planned obsolescence, and creates perpetual cyclical consumption in order for the market system to thrive, and is an utterly wasteful system. What’s more, our money system produces a stratified society that results in stress related diseases, mental disorders, and self-esteem issues.

Visit the following links for more insight into our movements perspectives on our current monetary institution.

Money Talk

Money is Debt

Flawed Monetary System

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